The Chicano Style found its origin in the 40’s in New Mexico and goes back to the Mexican-American way of life. Chicano refers to a Mexican worker who immigrated to the USA to find work in the fields. This newly immigrated culture formed the Lowrider scene, which is also known today from well-known music videos. “Bajito y suavecito – Low and Slow” is the motto that shapes the designs of the vehicles: The vehicle is brought to the ground as low as possible and driven as slowly as possible so that onlookers can admire the conversion. The so-called Caballeros are supposed to remind of a knight promenading on his decorated horse. A further characteristic is the elaborate paint job, which should reflect the nature of the vehicle and the owner.
DesperadoChicano, Heritage, FLHCS, Milwaukee-Eight
Once again a Heritage in Chicano style was born in the Desperado.
El SantoChicano, Heritage, Chicano, FLHCS, Milwaukee-Eight
And again, an awesome Chicano is in the works at our forge! Here you can see the first pictures.
El DiabloChicano, Heritage, FLHCS, Milwaukee-Eight
The Devil comes in many guises - but with this Thunderbike Build, the Devil has only one face!
Red WingChicano, Heritage, FLHCS, Milwaukee-Eight
This Harley-Davidson Softail Heritage project has been given the Chicano style by us and, as you can see in [...]
El ToxicoChicano, Heritage, FLHCS, Milwaukee-Eight
We can not put our turquoise glittering Chicano in front of the lens often enough. That's why we took [...]
La CandelaChicano, Heritage, FLHCS, Milwaukee-Eight
Every single part of this bike is inspired by the Chicano Style Customs from the USA that have their roots [...]